Graduate School of Professional Psychology

The need for mental health and coaching professionals is growing, and there are a variety of career paths for both PsyD candidates and master’s degree students in the Graduate School of Professional Psychology (GSPP). Whether you’re pursuing a clinical, academic, or non-clinical path, we are here to support you.


Popular Job Titles for GSPP Alumni
Psychologist, Behavioral Health Therapist/Clinician, Case Manager, Clinical Psychologist, Strength and Conditioning Coach, Mental Performance Consultant, Community Affairs Liaison, Domestic Violence Counselor, Grant Researcher, Health and Safety Outreach Coordinator, Prevention Specialist, Program Coordinator, Psychotherapist, Relief Advocate, Research Assistant, School Based Therapist, Professional Educator, Integrated Behavioral Health Provider, and more.


Common Organizations for GSPP Alumni
Savio House, Therapeutic Link, SafeHouse Denver, Colorado Coalition for the Homeless, Humanitarian Assistance Applied Research Group, and more!


GSPP Career Advising
For GSPP programs (MA and PsyD), you can connect with your dedicated GSPP Career Advisor, Megan Pritchett, either over Zoom, phone call, or in person. You can schedule an individual career advising appointment by logging into your PCO account and selecting a convenient time under the Appointments tab. Want to reach out to your assigned advisor directly? Email Megan Pritchett at Megan.Pritchett@du.edu.


Pioneer Careers Online (PCO)
PCO  is your career portal while a graduate student at DU. On PCO, you can schedule appointments with your graduate career advisor, RSVP or explore upcoming career events, and look through our job and internship board.


Pre-Recorded Graduate Career Webinars and Events
Since graduate students have similar career needs as DU alumni, there is lots of collaboration between our graduate career development and alumni career development events and webinars. Check out our Video Library to watch previously recorded career webinars on job search, career switching, resumes, networking, and more!

 

Graduate Research: Thinking

Make time to think.

No seriously, make time to think. Schedule this, too. (can you tell I like schedules)?

At the very least, accept that this is part of the writing, or pre-writing process. Great writing doesn’t just happen. Spontaneous …

By Maria Kuntz
Maria Kuntz Assistant Director, Advancement Marketing Maria Kuntz
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Graduate Research: Committing to a Thesis or Dissertation

There are a lot of reasons to do a thesis or dissertation, and probably just as many not to.  In my graduate program, International and Intercultural Communication, students have the option to complete a thesis or an internship. Here are …

By Maria Kuntz
Maria Kuntz Assistant Director, Advancement Marketing Maria Kuntz
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6 Conversation Tips for Networking

A key part of the job search process is your ability to network. Networking is a way to stand out amongst your peers. When talking with colleagues, potential employers, and alumni, be sure you are your best professional self. Talk …

By Toni Phelan
Toni Phelan Assistant Director, Daniels Undergraduate Career Services Toni Phelan
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Career & Professional Development Contact & Location

Phone
303.871.2150
Address

Burwell Center for Career Achievement
2190 E. Asbury Avenue
Denver, CO 80210

Career & Professional Development Hours

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T 8:00am-4:30pm
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